Description: In this passage about att net email login, the author shows you how to use your AT&T Yahoo Webmail. You will get a tour of the overall navigation and the basics of using AT&T email. You will begin with a quick tour of your email page.
Welcome to AT&T email. In this article, we’ll look at the overall navigation and show you how to use your email. Let’s begin with a quick tour of your email page, then we’ll walk through the AT&T email basics. Selecting the Gear icon gives you options to personalize your email, if you’d like.
Those of you who have already been using AT&T email will see a Settings selection instead of Mail Options in the dropdown menu when selecting gear in the top right corner. You’ll notice that the tabs along the top of your email page are no longer there.
Instead, you’ll see a conversation view of your inbox, which groups messages by topic. This new view will keep your most recent emails at the top of your inbox. If you prefer to use the tabs, you can select View in the right corner and change from Recent view to Tabs view.
You will continue to manage your contacts in the Contacts tab and access your calendar in the Calendar tab. Next, on the left side of the page, you will see that you can access your email folders and open a variety of applications. Let’s see how to create a new email.
Click the Compose button in the top left corner of the screen to create a new email message. When you select the Compose option, a new email box opens. Type an address in the To box. As you type, AT&T email displays possible matches from your address book.
If you see a match, select it to complete the address. Next, type your subject. Then write your message in the body of the page. You can do more than write words and email. You can attach files, add emoticons and format your text using the toolbar at the bottom of the email.
When you’ve finished typing your message, click the Send button. Messages that you receive typically arrive in the Inbox folder. Notice that unread messages have a dot on the left and appear in bold text. Messages that you’ve read don’t have a dot and appear in plain text.
If you’d like, you can change the spacing between your messages through the View menu, where you can select a Slim, Regular, or Relaxed view. Plus, you can use the View menu to change how your messages are sorted by using the Sort by function.
You can read messages in the Preview Pane below the message list or on separate tabs if you update your account to the Tab view using the View menu. To change how you’d like to view messages, select the View Menu button at the top of your email folder to manage your preview pane.
To read a message, click it and it will open on its own window. If you see a plus sign next to a person’s name, you can click the plus sign to add the person to your address book. Use the buttons at the top to reply to or forward the message, move it to a different mail folder.
Close a message by clicking the x on its tab. Use personal email folders to organize your email and keep related messages together. Our new Recent view also helps keep your email messages grouped by topic. If you keep most of your messages, use the Search feature to locate specific messages.
Type anything you remember from the message in the Search box, then click the Search Mail button. The search results show messages that include what you typed. Thank you for reading. For more information on using your AT&T email, go to att.com slash emailsupport.